Maybe the FCC can finally do their job.
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This is only except able if they make it to look like Haley Joel Osment......
Whatever makes the warmongers in congress happy. At least this way we're not sending young men to die needlessly. What do I know, I'm just an idiot, right?
Do you vote?
To give contrast, if I was an ignorant user of a laptop and lets say I accidentally disabled my task bar, so I take it into a computer shop (like geek squad). The customer service rep doesn't know how to fix this feature, so his solution is to wipe the drive and do a fresh install, or a back up to factory standards. If this happened to me or if this was the option I was given, I would be extremely frustrated; and with Androids/mobile devices becoming much more like pocket computers, storing our data, like settings, files, messages, etc. It seems like we are getting away from actual trouble-shooting and more toward setting a standard of ignorance.
What is the slashdot communities thoughts on this? Is there any solutions to help educate phone carrier customer service reps on how to trouble-shoot and educate their customers?"